Undocumented immigrants have been deported at the lowest rate since 2007. Now, where do we go from here? Obviously with strong political views on both sides, next month’s election will determine a great deal of how deportation evolves in the next several years. In President Obama’s first term a record number of undocumented immigrants were deported.
According to the United States government increased technology has led to a lower deportation rate. Border crossings have decreased and the Mexican government is assisting by sending many Central Americans back to their respective homelands before they ever reach the U.S. border. Of course, we are awaiting the next Supreme Court nominee to see how laws are interpreted in the future.
This issue of immigration could not be more sensitive than it is now. If you are seeking compassion and experience, then please contact Baltimore area immigration attorney Briana Arnold. Attorney Arnold will advise you on any and all matters that are effecting your family. Give her a call at (410) 484-1400 for a free consultation at her office on 1777 Reisterstown Rd in Pikesville, MD.